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The Effect of Thatch Decomposing by Application with Composted Liquid Manure and Microorganism Medium in Golf Course Soil
배양미생물과 가축분뇨발효액비의 시비가 골프코스 토양 중 대취분해에 미치는 영향
- Ham, Suon Kyu (Daejung Turfgrass Research Institute) ;
- Lim, Ji Yeon (Daejung Turfgrass Research Institute) ;
- Lee, Yeong Min (Daejung Turfgrass Research Institute)
- Received : 2014.10.21
- Accepted : 2014.11.26
- Published : 2014.12.31
The purpose of this experiment is for investigating how much the amino acid liquid fertilizer and composted liquid manure, culture microorganism effect on the breeding of grasses and knowing the extent of the thatch content through an analysis of the soil. For testing about soil chemical, the quality of grasses, and the extent of the thatch content in the soil, we cultivated 6 kinds of microorganisms having the effect of thatch dissolution and sprayed these 6 microorganisms with composted liquid manure and the amino acid liquid fertilizer on the place Creeping bentgrass have planted. This conduction started from June to October, 2012 and 2013 (The interval: 2 weeks). In the result of the turf growth, there is no big difference between soil chemical and trace element. And we can know Leaf Color Index, Chlorophyll Index and Root Length are almost same as among treatment. In conclusion, the mixing fertilization of culture microorganism and composted liquid manure is better effective than the traditional fertilization. And it can be expected the effect of the quality of grass and Thatch decomposition in soil.
Creeping bentgrass;Fertilization;Golf courses soil;Microbial decomposition;Thatch
Supported by : Rural Development Administration
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